The Heat discusses Israeli PM’s controversial address to US Congress

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The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is addressing members of the United States Congress this week and challenging the U.S. President Obama on his efforts to secure a nuclear deal with Iran. It was one of the most anticipated speeches in Washington for years and it delivered on expectations.

Obama quickly defended his position and shot back at Netanyahu from the White House.

What does it all mean for the ongoing talks over Iran’s nuclear program?

Where does it leave the relationship between the leaders of long-time allies and friends the United States and Israel?

The Heat spoke to Hillary Mann Leverett, an Incoming Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University. She is also a former U.S. negotiator with Iran and is the author of “Going to Tehran: Why America Must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.”

The Heat discusses Israeli PM’s controversial address to US Congress

The Heat discusses Israeli PM’s controversial address to US Congress

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is addressing members of the United States Congress this week and challenging the U.S. President Obama on his efforts to secure a nuclear deal with Iran. It was one of the most anticipated speeches in Washington for years and it delivered on expectations. Obama quickly defended his position and shot back at Netanyahu from the White House. What does it all mean for the ongoing talks over Iran’s nuclear program? Where does it leave the relationship between the leaders of long-time allies and friends the United States and Israel? The Heat spoke to Hillary Mann Leverett, an Incoming Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University. She is also a former U.S. negotiator with Iran and is the author of “Going to Tehran: Why America Must Accept the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Read more: http://www.cctv-america.com?p=41716&preview_id=41716#ixzz3TSy58etf

Have Israeli and U.S. relations taken a hit over the Netanyahu speech to the U.S. Congress? The Heat continued its discussion on Israeli PM’s controversial address to U.S. Congress.

  • PJ Crowley, a former spokesman at the U.S. Department of State. He is also a professor at The George Washington University.
  • Matthew Brodsky, a Middle East and Jewish Affairs Analyst. He is also a senior analyst at Wikistrat.
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The Heat discusses Israeli PM\\\'s controversial address to US Congress Pt2

Have Israeli and U.S. relations taken a hit over the Netanyahu speech to the U.S. Congress? The Heat continued its discussion on Israeli PM’s controversial address to U.S. Congress. PJ Crowley, a former spokesman at the U.S. Department of State. He is also a professor at The George Washington University. Matthew Brodsky, a Middle East and Jewish Affairs Analyst. He is also a senior analyst at Wikistrat.

The Heat continued its discussion on how Iran responded to Netanyahu’s speech.

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The Heat discusses Iran\'s response to Netanyahu\'s speech in the U.S. Pt3

The Heat continued its discussion on how Iran responded to Netanyahu’s speech. The Heat talked with Seyed Mohammad Marandi, dean of the faculty of world studies at the University of Tehran.